Relatives identified the solitary survivor of last week’s sharpened nearby Colorado State University’s campus as the best crony of one of the victims.
Megan Dierker was visiting from Boulder, where she attends the University of Colorado, to applaud Savannah McNealy’s birthday, CBS Denver reported.
Chris Dierker pronounced in a video matter that his daughter is recuperating at a internal hospital following the shooting.
“She just underwent her third medicine and we are carefree that she will recover,” Dierker said.
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In the early morning hours of Oct. 19, Fort Collins police responded to shots fired nearby an unit building close to the Colorado State University campus. When first responders arrived, they found 4 people with gunshot wounds.
Three of the 4 victims were deceased. The victims — McNealy, 22, Tristian Kemp, 26, and Dierker, 21 — were shot by 30-year-old Michael Zamora, police pronounced in a press release.
Detectives found the 4 had been socializing at a incomparable entertainment progressing in the night, apparently celebrating McNealy’s birthday.
The 3 victims took a float share service back to an unit formidable nearby where the sharpened occurred. Shortly after they arrived, Zamora is believed to have shot the victims, killing McNealy and Kemp before eventually holding his own life, police said.
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A handgun and two rifles belonging to Zemora were recovered from the crime scene.
Zamora was an off-duty staff sergeant reserved to the F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne, Wyo. who had served in the Air Force for some-more than eight years, the bottom pronounced in a matter to CBS News.
McNealy, a comparison art major, was set to connoisseur in December.
Kemp was from Destin, Fla.
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Hundreds collected on the CSU campus the day after the sharpened to remember McNealy’s life.
“Within any of you is this extraordinary ability to mold good from evil, to draw light from darkness, to plant recovering and expansion in the fields of tragedy,” CSU President Tony Frank pronounced to the lamentation crowd.
The case is still under review and a ground has not nonetheless been determined, Fort Collins Police said.
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